Exchange Traded Products (ETPs)
Exchange Traded Commodities (ETCs)
ETCs are simple and transparent open-ended securities which trade on regulated exchanges. ETCs enable investors to gain exposure to both commodities and currencies without trading futures or taking physical delivery.
It is no wonder that more and more investors seeking commodity and currency exposure are turning to ETCs and that this increasingly mainstream alternative asset class has experienced exponential growth since its inception.
Educational information about ETFs
Information on ETC issuers
News and events
An overview of new ETC products and upcoming events
- Why issue ETCs
- How to become an ETC issuer
- ETC issuer documents and guides
- ETC issuer price list
- Market maker obligations
Exchange Traded Notes (ETNs)
ETNs are notes that track the performance of an underlying asset.
Similar to Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) and traded and settled exactly like normal shares on their own dedicated sector. ETNs have market maker support with guaranteed liquidity, enabling investors to gain exposure to commodities, on-exchange, during London hours.
ETNs can be held in an ISA or SIPP and, if held directly, are eligible for Capital Gains Tax treatment.
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